Christina Antipa – Everything Starts To Sing
Jordan ‘O Jordan Smith couldn’t stop raving about Christina so I asked him to write something about her. He hasn’t finished it quite yet as he’s leaving today on a Australia/New Zealand tour with Onyx of Olympia. So for now I’ll just say that the song “love me for the things i do” has followed me around for the last couple of months, and I have a feeling that this album is just the tip of the iceberg. -Ross
Christina Antipa – Goodbye Different Oceans
The first time I met Christina. It was at the 414 House in Seattle. The house was a beautiful old craftsman home right by the highway in Seattle between Wallingford and the University District. You could stand out in the yard and listen to the highway and think about the people who lived there watching the highway get built and the neighborhood going down with it. Christina played some of these songs that night on an old piano in the living room. Folks sat on the floor on on the old chase lounge and listened, we all took turns making music. Listening to Christina sing these old songs remind me how the people you meet at one show end up can end up impacting you for the rest of your life.
Christina Antipa – The Royal We
“fly away, fly away, love is like a swallow, here today, here today, and gone again tomorrow” Christina Antipa wove this dew- filled spider’s web of an album in a basement in Seattle with the help of her talented friends, (Jordan O’ Jordan and Shenandoah Davis both make appearances among many others.) The resulting album evokes the northwest winters and the daydreams of impossible romance.